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A2KIFF, The Ann Arbor Korean Independent Film Festival: Special Surpise Student Screening

Friday, October 24, 2014
12:00 AM
Room 1636 School of Social Work Building



Free lunch and popcorn provided! Please RSVP for lunch.

Screened in Korean with English Subtitles.

Directed by Dong-il Shin
2009, 107 minutes

Min-seo, a 17-year old rebellious high school Korean girl, lives in a small apartment with her mother and her mother's penniless lover. She hates her mother's lover and doesn't understand both of them.

Karim, a 29-year old Muslim migrant worker from Bangladesh has to leave Korea in a month. Before departing, he is desperately searching for his ex-boss to receive his unpaid salary.

One day, Min-seo finds a missing wallet but is caught by the owner, Karim from Bangladesh. She tries to dissuade him from reporting her to the police by offering to grant him a favor, and reluctantly agrees to help track down his former boss who owes him one year's pay...

This film is part of Nam Center's annual Ann Arbor Korean Independent Film Festival. Please click here for the entire festival lineup.